MadMasterInventor: Thanks I was trying to decide between the microwave and a double boiler.
The microwave is clearly easier. THANKS!
Marjorie Vangenewitt: I have never done that, si may work follow their recipe and you should have
no problem. I do use oil when I dip frozen things, like ice cream balls or
frozen bananas. Let me know what happens. Thanks Margie
Ajundi1: whats the name of the wafers
mgmailify: Can you make a video for me? I need to know how to make a like Cool
Christmas treats for christmas stockings. Can you help?
kamran sankey: That food looks really nice ! :)
Suzy P: I use Wilton candy melts, but I often have trouble getting the chocolate to
run off smooth on my apples. The instructions say to add vegestable
shorting. Does that work?
mgmailify: I love your show~!! I'm your biggest fan! Please reply to this message!
Hollye Bear: I made these today, I melted a couple because i'm making chocolate
decorations for my girlscout cake pops. it was really oily and didn't stay
warm in my piping bag. When mine was melted it did not look like yours. I
had wilton white candy melts. Please help.
HeliconiaTalks: @elaine it depends on where you live. In canada we can easily get it at
Real Canadian Superstore.
Depp4ever94: The first time I made cake pops, the candy melts that I bought burned in
the microwave (didn't stir enough/put it in too long) and made a hole in my
plastic bowl. Thanks so much for putting this up. I needed it lol
Suzy P: I tried the shorting, still didn't run smooth if anything I think it might
of made it thicker:( it did stay on my apples but as the chocolate slide
down it wasn't smooth. I have put oil in the candy melts, but i'm never
sure of how much. I'm always scared to put to much and mess up the
Eric Kilpatrick: Hello, margie, i was wondering, could u also melt it on the stove?? because
my microwave was completely died out. thanks. please come back asap
Brycenth Del Rio: can i add food coloring to the white chocolate?
simscrazyfangirl: Thank you so much, last time I melted chocolate well my mom was really
angry it started to smoke and I thought I was doing it right :O
Marjorie Vangenewitt: I am going to be putting a recipe for cake pops up very soon. They sound
like a lot of fun. Glad I could help. Margie
Yvonne Zeng: I'm tryig to melt white choco melts, and I put them in the microwave for 20
seconds and stir, but after a few times, the chocolate clumps up and
doesn't melt. Is that because the chocolate burned? Please reply!!
Squishy LoverBtq: Where do u buy them
FUNKYMACGIRL: i always burn Wilton candy melts or they come out thick, its annoying,
Bakers chocolate never does this but id like to use the colored Wilton
Kitty Cat: Cool vid
adrian chavez: That looks so good
iwantmyjulia: I tried melting white chocolate chips but they started drying when i
microwaved them :$
Marjorie Vangenewitt: Increments of 20 seconds I do not think that would burn the chocolate. It
is possible that you got water in the chocolate. That would clump it up.
Also, how old is the chocolate. If it sat on the shelf through a summer of
humidity that might do it to. Hope that helped. Margie
mromelettehead: plastic things melt and all the fibers go into wat u eat i had to go into
hospital because of cooking something in chocolate
Marjorie Vangenewitt: It would be best not to do that because it you do not know how to temper
chocolate regular chcoclate would not work.
Marjorie Vangenewitt: These are candy melts. I it were white chocolate it would need to be
Meuy Saeteurn: my white chocolate got all hard.
sniperjoe1998: my mom has the same plate
Annielyn Codaste: what kind of chocolate wafers there are many types of chocolate wafer and
Marjorie Vangenewitt: Buy the freshest candy that you can and when you melt it do it very, very
slowly in the microwave. No more than 30 sec at a time, stirring each time
till melted. Feel the chocolate it should never get more than slightly warm
to the touch. Be careful if you use glass because glass absorbs the heat
and makes the chocolate hotter.
Zahra: Is that white chocolate or candy melts?
Marjorie Vangenewitt: Thank you so much. I am so happy the you enjoy the videos. Making the
videos is a lot of fun. The comments that people write are very
interesting. Is there something that we can make for you and put it up as a
Cyn W.: I used a plastic container and the plastic melted because I did not stir
it. This video was a lot of help so thank you :)
Marjorie Vangenewitt: If the chocolate is not sealed really well that can happen. It dries out
and does not melt well. Or the other thing is maybe you somehow got water
into the chocolate during the melting process. Pick up some Wilton
Chocolate at Michaels Craft Store or Walmart. I say Willton because their
bags are sealed and stays fresher and it will work well and no I do not
work for or own stock in Wilton, ha. Sorry that happened to you, Margie
jonahsd far: I WANT YOU AS MY MOM
Analise Adler: You're so cute/fun!!
Bailey5678able: That looks yummy
yukipham18: Does the microwave have to be on medium power or something? I'm getting
ready to melt some Nestlé white morsels and scared to death
Marjorie Vangenewitt: Thank you very much...I try Margie
Marjorie Vangenewitt: wow, sorry to read that. Thanks for watching. Margie
Marjorie Vangenewitt: Merkins, or Wilton Although there are many other brands of wafers that melt
just as well and are also delicious. They can be purchased in several
different places. Usually in a candy supply store or a craft type store in
the cake decorating section. Thanks for the question. Margie
bennybianco7: Well, i am very glad i found this and found you because i have been
searching all over the enternet for edible chocolate cups or anything
edible cups and im glad i found this.. this will help me out for my church
function sunday..... thank you very much you have been helpfull
Marjorie Vangenewitt: Don't be scared. My micro just has a dial for minutes. I am not able to set
a power. Chocolate needs to be melted slowly as it would melt over a double
boiler. Therefore start slow . In my micro I put it on 1 min then dump the
chocolate into another bowl (instead of stirring, .because the chocolate
hasn't even started to melt. It has only warmed up at this point.) Then
micro for another minute then I stir it. Then for 1/2 or 3/4 minute,
stirring each time. until melted. Margie
Nadia Abu Ata: can i just melt cooking chocolate or use normal chocolate ? we don't have
wafers in y country
physcovideos: I always use Chipits (peanut free chocolate chips) when making deserts.
Will I be able to use these, or are there other brands of peanut free
mgmailify: I'm looking for maybe like sugar cookies for christmas and like cool
candies I can make with candy melting wafers
Crafty Ashley: I have trouble taking out the chocolate out of my cup and bowl that's why I
have to throw them away :(
Marjorie Vangenewitt: My condolences to you microwave. You may melt the chocolate on the stove.
1. Put a bowl that fits well over a pot of hot (not boiling) water. 2.
Place the chocolate in the bowl above the water. Do not cover the
chocolate. 3. Stir the chocolate slowly using a rubber spatula Melt the
chocolate slowly. be very careful not to get water in the chocolate.
Marjorie Vangenewitt: Sometimes in the summer the weather is not good for melting chocolate.. The
chocolate may have absorbed some moisture which causes it to not be smooth
and also to be too thick and there is nothing really that you can do to
help it. It least nothing that I know. When adding the oil to melted
chocolate it is best to add just a little at a time. About 1/2 tsp per cup
and then slowly add more if needed. By doing it that way you won't add too
Marjorie Vangenewitt: I am not very familiar with what you are referring to, but I would almost
bet on the fact that this method would work. This is a very gentle way to
work with the chocolate and therefore would probably work well for this
also. Does anyone out have more info on this? Sorry I couldn't help you